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vasecs
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In the past there has been posting of resources for various rates for power within the islands? I have searched past postings and Google the inquiry, but having difficulty pulling up a current comparison chart(2012) to track how WAPA compares to others. Can someone direct me to see the Light!!! Thank you.

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Topic starter Posted : February 6, 2014 12:13 pm
Yearasta
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Have you checked CARILEC's website?

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Posted : February 6, 2014 12:30 pm
picaflores
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http://www.myjpsco.com/wp-content/uploads/rates_across_the_region-June2011.pdf

Incomplete and out of date , but still gives you an idea:

http://carilec.com/services/Tariff2010.pdf

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Posted : February 6, 2014 1:00 pm
ms411
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There was an article about rates in yesterday's Avis. Richard Branson is hosting a 3 day clean energy conference to discuss ways of transition to renewable energy throughout the Caribbean.

The event is organized by Carbon War Room and figures they gave are that most oil import-dependent Caribbean islands pay .35-.55 cents per kilowatt hour compared to Miami's 11.5 cents.

The article is from Kingston, Jamaica (AP).

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Posted : February 6, 2014 1:26 pm
vasecs
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I have checked these and more, but all are out of date. I have a general idea of the cost, thanks. Branson should be productive, he usually is on top of the issues.

http://www.myjpsco.com/wp-content/uploads/rates_across_the_region-June2011.pdf

Incomplete and out of date , but still gives you an idea:

http://carilec.com/services/Tariff2010.pdf/blockquote >

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Topic starter Posted : February 7, 2014 12:09 pm
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